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Fiona Talkington - 03/03/2011

Fringe Magnetic's new CD features in tonight's playlist along with piano music from Michael Nyman, Swedish band Groupa and singer Mariem Hassan from Western Sahara . Presented by Fiona Talkington.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Music Played

  • Groupa

    Grammishalling/Polska från Småland/Lausslåtten

    • CD Fröst.
    • FRCD040.
  • Mariem Hassan

    Azzagafa (The Culture)

    • Shouka - The Thorn.
    • nube-1136.
  • Michael Nyman (Motion trio with M Nyamna and Nigel Barr)

    Come unto these yellow sands (Prospero's Books)

    • Collections.
    • MN RECORDS MNRCD204.
  • Fringe Magnetic with Andrew Plummer

    Fire in the Galley

    • Fringe Magnetic.
    • Loop Records.
  • Håkon Kornstad

    Still One

    • Dwell Time.
    • Jazzland 2709710.
  • Robin Williamson

    The Climber

    • CD The Iron Stone.
    • ECM 9876441.
  • Bjørn Fongaard

    Evolusjon (Evolution)

    • CD Elektrofoni –works for micro intervallic guitar 1965-78.
    • PrismaCD 711.
  • Mariem Hassan

    Eid Arbain

    • Shouka - The Thorn.
    • nube-1136.
  • Iiro Rantala

    Tears for esbjörn

    • lost heroes.
    • ACT 9504 2.
  • Arvo Pärt (Gidon Kremer vln, Tatjana Grindenko vln, Alfred schnittke prepared piano Lithuanian Chamber Orhcestra/Saulus Sondeckis)

    Tabula Rasa

    • tabula rasa.
    • ECM 817 764 2.
  • Stevie Dunne (banjo)

    Ciarans Reel, the spike island lasses

    • about time.
    • Claddagh Records SDB20101].
  • Ewan MacColl

    The Keach in the Creel

    • Ballads.
    • Topic TSCD576D.
  • Fringe Magnetic

    Near Morningside

    • Twistic.
    • LOOP1012.
  • Igor Stravinsky

    Ragtime

    • CBSO/Rattle.
    • 242761 2.
  • Penguin Cafe

    Finland/Coriolis

    • a matter of life.
    • Penguin Café DPC101.
  • Bad Plus

    People Like you

    • Never Stop.
    • Emarcy 2745758.

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